Plant care and instructions
Euphorbia lactea Crested is simple to grow: Keep it in a spot that receives lots of light and relatively warm temperatures. It can take a lot of direct suns indoors, even in hot-summer climates. Because it’s actually a succulent, crested euphorbia is a low-water houseplant and needs infrequent watering (typically once every couple of weeks or so). Take care not to overwater this easy houseplant; if the green rootstalk on the bottom rots, the top will get too heavy and collapse. If you’re in doubt about whether to water, it’s better to keep crested euphorbia a little too dry than too wet.
Light – Direct sun indoors
Place – Indoors
Water – Once a week, do not overwater the plant.
Fertilizer – Apply any organic fertilizer.
Temperature – Warm
There are many benefits to Euphorbia. Some of them are anti-inflammatory activity, anti-tumor activity, antiviral activity, pest repellent activity, anti-oxidation activity, anti-diabetic, sedative, and wound healing ability. It is used in various forms, both internally and externally for various medical conditions.